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  • Rapper Nelly Is Going Country
    Here’s some shocking news for you… Rapper Nelly is going country! In an interview with Billboard, the rapper’s new manager J. Erving opened up about next chapter in Nelly’s career. “He’s a free agent on the label side now, and is working on a country-based ‘Heartland’ EP, which should be really interesting.” This wouldn’t be... […]
  • Lauren Alaina Talks New Album, Aftermath of Vocal Cord Surgery
    It’s been more than three years since Lauren Alaina released her debut album, Wildflower, and many fans are itching to get their hands on new music from the “American Idol” alum. But the fans aren’t the only ones anxious for new music from the Georgia native, she’s more than ready to show fans what she’s... […]
  • Randy Houser Releases Sizzling New Single ‘We Went’
    Randy Houser races into the summer with nitro-charged new single “We Went,” the first cut from his as-yet-untitled forthcoming 2015 album. Rolling Stone Country debuted “We Went” on Monday afternoon and it is already at Country radio and will be available for fans for purchase and streaming beginning Monday, May 18. The single comes following... […]
  • Eric Paslay Ties The Knot
    Friday nights may be a favorite of Eric Paslay‘s, but Sundays are looking pretty good too. That’s because the singer married music publisher Natalie Harker today at Front Porch Farms in Charlotte, TN. In front of 200 guests, Harker walked down the aisle to a string quartet. Following the ceremony, guests moved to the reception area,... […]
  • Billy Currington To Release Sixth Studio Album, ‘Summer Forever’
    Platinum-selling artist Billy Currington will release his highly-anticipated sixth studio album, Summer Forever, on Mercury Nashville on June 2. Currington collaborated with long-time friend and acclaimed producer Dann Huff (Taylor Swift, Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts) on the project including the No. 7-and-climbing lead single “Don’t It.” Fans can pre-order an exclusive Summer Forever album package... […]